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AAUW Orinda-Moraga-Lafayette STEM Conference at SMC
Examining a sheep's brain, noting the differences from a human brain, making slime, and getting creative with coding. These are but a few of the hands-on workshops that 200 middle school girls attended at the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) ...By Bobbie Dodson-Nielsen

A new Finestra (window) opens at the Hacienda
A special town meeting was scheduled on ...By Sophie Braccini

Storm drain fee vote: the business of ballots
All Moraga property owners by now should have received the ballots to vote for or against the storm water fee. The fee includes the 12 parcels owned by the town, which are assessed approximately $14,500 a year for the runoff from its properties into the storm drain ...By Sophie Braccini

Staffing levels in Moraga discussed
During his short tenure as interim town ...By Sophie Braccini

Hillside and Ridgeline regulation approved after 5 years of work
At its April 11 meeting the Moraga Town ...By Sophie Braccini

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Local recycling concerns mount
China's March 1 decision to halt import of select categories of solid waste, including certain types of plastics, paper and textiles, has put pressure on the local recycling industry, as public officials look for ways to offset the loss of a large market for the ...By Nick Marnell

Young Moraga artist launches home furnishings line with Anthropologie
A career as an artist is a dream that many people may wish for, but not see it as a realistic way to make a living. Not so for 26-year-old Bridgette Thornton of Moraga.
After years of ...
By Kara Navolio

'Impressionism Times 2' at the Moraga Art Gallery
The Moraga Art Gallery always showcases interesting local artists, and once in a while, offers the unexpected pleasure of an international discovery. This is the case with the current exhibition, "Impressionism Times 2," which showcases local artist of French-Canadian ...By Sophie Braccini

Moraga businesswoman's venture focuses on mixing things up
Little suburbs populated by educated people have the striking ability to foster female entrepreneurs who draw from their previous professional experience, finding outlets for their creative energy at different stages of their lives by starting new businesses. Some wait ...By Sophie Braccini

Pros and cons of the stormwater fee
Strong debate continues regarding the ...By Sophie Braccini

A fresh new face for Moraga parks and recreation department
Breyana Brandt joined Moraga staff in mid-March coming from the city of San Leandro, just like new city manager Cynthia Battenberg. In her former department, as assistant recreation and human services director, her budget was $5 million, more than half of Moraga's ...By Sophie Braccini

Susan and Sam Sperry: Moraga Citizen(s) of the Year
While the Sperrys may not live in Moraga, and live in unincorporated county land that borders Moraga, the small town is in their DNA; they breath Moraga, and almost every day of their lives they have given something of their time and skills to the East Bay suburb. They ...By Sophie Braccini

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